Posted October 04, 2013 on
By-The-Numbers is back, and we're still blown away by all the numbers the Huskies are putting up in all three phases of the football game. They are doing it all right now - offense, defense, special teams - and if the game was decided on a chalkboard the Dawgs would win in a walk! But it's the number 5 that matters most this week - as in the No. 5-ranked Stanford Cardinal. They're tough!
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The Stanford Cardinal has officially unveiled its new $21 million football facility, complete with new locker room, meeting rooms, a player’s lounge and more.
The Washington Huskies and Stanford Cardinal will meet on Saturday in a match-up of two undefeated Pac-12 teams.
No. 15 Washington and No. 5 Stanford will each be looking to go 5-0 with a win.
Coverage of the game between Washington and Stanford will air on ESPN and Watch ESPN. Kickoff begins at 10:30 pm ET (7:30 pm PT) from Stanford Stadium in Stanford, CA.
Entering the 2013 season, the Pac-12 North was considered a two-team race: Oregon and Stanford.After five weeks, the Ducks and Cardinal are still...
The Huskies sit at 4-0 (1-0 in conference play) as they head south to Palo Alto to take on the #5 team in the country, the Stanford Cardinal. Last Saturday Stanford looked impressive in mauling what had looked previously like a decent WSU team. How will the Huskies fare in this difficult road contest? Here is what the staff thinks. Kickoff is at 7:00PM.
Stanford and Washington are set to battle Saturday. The 7:30 PT kickoff may leave you waiting throughout the day, but The Bootleg's full Cardinal report has enough to hold you over until this big fight begins. Read up on injuries, Trent Murphy's background, Derek Mason's thoughts, and more.